VT Markets to tap TradingView and Signal Centre. Leverage raised to 1:1000 for Southeast Asia users
VT Markets has announced a brief roadmap of its plans for the year ahead, including a lineup of strategies that aim to expand its market access, bolster its brand presence and improve clients’ trading efficiency.
Among other initiatives for 2023, the multi-asset broker is planning to launch an exclusive 1:1000 leverage ratio for gold and forex products, naturally for clients of VT Markets’ offshore entities. Such an offer is unique only to VT Markets’ clients within the Southeast Asia region.
“Despite the expected global recession in 2023, we are forecasting that our trading volume and the total number of traders will grow by at least 100%. With our bold strategies and expansion plans, we’re confident of maintaining our position at the forefront of the financial industry and setting the standard for others”, said a spokesperson for VT Markets.
VT Markets’ recently upgraded app provides access to over 1000 assets monitored in real-time with its built-in features.
In addition to the 1:000 leverage, the broker also has a strategic plan in place to partner with TradingView and Acuity to offer better services to its global clientele.
VT Markets plans to integrate Acuity’s Signal Centre
Acuity is a market research firm that offers trading ideas, research and news on the financial markets through inspiring visualizations for retail and institutional organizations. Its products conduct a holistic deep analysis of the markets to deliver actionable trade ideas for traders and commercial benefits for brokers. The firm has recently acquired Signal Centre.
Signal Centre is an FCA-regulated service offered by a team of experienced technical analysts and professional traders that deliver clear trade ideas to enhance trading opportunities.
It is a combination of experienced, human-led analysts and AI technology that conducts a deep analysis of the markets and delivers risk/reward trade ideas that support novice and advanced traders. The team of experienced market professionals uses both traditional and alternative data sets to gain a comprehensive view of the markets, from the short to the long term, to suit all trading styles.
FinanceFeeds has recently interviewed Acuity’s chief executive Andrew Lane at the Finance Magnates London Summit 2022.
VT Markets eyes TradingView integration
While the details of the planned partnership with TradingView are still unknown, it suffices to say it is the world’s most popular charting and analysis tools, serving more than 30 million traders and investors monthly who have access to over 100 prebuilt technical indicators, market screeners, community-built scripts, exchanges’ volume profiles, and customised user-defined chart timeframes.
Its community of traders, investors, analysts, and researchers has grown so consistently over the years that the website is now the most popular investing website in the world.
It is expected that by partnering with TradingView, VT Markets customers will be able to identify and assess opportunities, and trade them directly through VT Markets without leaving the TradingView platform.
Mutual customers now can chart and trade simultaneously for the first time and enjoy the fully combined features and benefits, including collective insights and community-generated indicators and research provided by TradingView’s extensive active user base of traders and investors.
VT Markets has entities regulated in Australia, South Africa, and SVG
In order to bolster its brand presence, VT Markets has plans to revamp its websites and social media channels to maximise user experience. Apart from uplifting the brand’s image, such a move will also provide customers better access to stay informed about all things trading – from
news to offerings, and promotions.
VT Markets is a regulated multi-asset broker with a presence in over 160 countries. The brand operates in different entities authorised and registered in various jurisdictions, including:
- VT Global Pty Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) and holds an Australian Financial Service Licence (No.516246).
- VT Global South Africa (Pty) Ltd is an authorised Financial Service Provider (FSP) registered and regulated by the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) of South Africa under license number 50865.
- VT Markets LLC is registered under Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Financial Services Authority (SVGFSA) with registration number 673 LLC 2020.